This autobiographical Christian nonfiction work traces God's masterful hand throughout Denise's life from childhood in a military family through marriage to a professional in law enforcement and beyond. It details both her struggles and triumphs through challenging life events that include postpartum depression, devastating marriage problems, the rocky road of healing to recovery, a personal diagnosis of multiple sclerosis, her daughter's debilitating health struggles, her husband's brain cancer diagnosis and death, her daughter's transplant, and onward to living as a widow with purpose.
Written in an honest and transparent style, this book is written for fellow-strugglers who need encouragement that God is active and involved in lives, feel forgotten or slighted by God, wonder if God speaks to average people, and those who question God's existence.
In a world where social media presents the illusion of lives perfectly lived, readers need the opportunity to hear from authors who dare to be honest and vulnerable, sharing the reality of life's difficulties. Her prayer is that readers' eyes would be opened to how God works in their lives even in the midst of pain and struggle and that their hearts would be warmed and inspired to seek God. It is also her hope and prayer that this true account would point readers to a vibrant relationship with Jesus Christ.